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Verizon CEO Touts Disney+, Discovery+ Partnerships, Sees “a Lot of New Things We Can Add”

Telecom giant Verizon sees room to add more content partnerships along the lines of its Disney+ and Discovery+ deals, chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg said on Tuesday. “We see many more…

Verizon Adds Free AMC+ for Customers With Some Unlimited Plans

Verizon continues to add free access to new streaming services to customers of some of its unlimited plans. On Thursday, the telecom giant said that it would offer up to 12 free months of AMC+…

Verizon Loses 82,000 Pay TV Subs in First Quarter

The telecom giant also posts its latest results for its Verizon Media unit, which includes the likes of Yahoo and AOL.

Verizon Expanding Disney+ Giveaway to Include Hulu, ESPN+

Verizon is adding to its deal to offer Disney+ free to its customers. Disney's full streaming bundle — which includes subscriptions to Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ — will now be given away to Verizon…

Verizon’s FiOS Set to Lose Disney-Owned Channels

If a new deal isn't reached, ESPN, the Disney Channel and more could go dark for 4.5 million customers on New Year's Eve.

Sprint CFO Says Failed T-Mobile Mega-Merger Talks Were “Very Exciting”

"We exchanged a kiss on the cheek, our parents saw that and sent us back to our rooms," Tarek Robbiati told an investors conference.

Charter CEO Tom Rutledge Made $98.5 Million in 2016

That's up sharply from $16.4 million in compensation for 2015, with the jump coming mostly from option awards.

CBS, Verizon Renew Carriage, Retransmission Deals

The multiyear content agreement covers CBS-owned TV stations and cable networks Showtime, Smithsonian Channel and CBS Sports Network.

Verizon, NBA Ink Multi-Year Marketing and Content Deal

The deal makes Verizon the official wireless service provider for the league, replacing Sprint as the NBA's marketing partner.

John Malone: Liberty Global ‘Well Positioned’ as Standalone Company

The media mogul says he isn't seeking bids for the international cable giant despite chatter about a possible Vodafone bid, but the firm "would consider any proposals."

Cable Giants’ Spectrum Deal With Verizon Nears Regulatory Approval (Report)

The wireless company agreed to pay Comcast, Time Warner Cable and two other firms $3.9 billion for airwaves, but the parties had to agree to several conditions.